Georgian food: A feast for the senses

Georgia, a country of 3.7 million people, brims with towering peaks and meadows splashed in wildflowers. Its cities and villages spring from fables. And the people, still gracious and gregarious, have only honed their love for merrymaking.

In no other tradition is the spirit and bounty of Georgia so nearly presented as in the Georgian dinner party, called the “supra,” an experience against which all other dinner parties must be measured. Sit down to a Georgian feast at a table groaning under so many culinary marvels, surrounded by singing and laughter, and before long the rest of the world may fall away for you, too.

Read more about Georgian cuisine (and what food in Georgia is famous) on 10Best.

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